With a former Vogue Paris Editor-in-Chief as a mother, Julia Restoin Roitfeld was destined to have impeccable style! Following on from their recent edit with Pandora Sykes, Warehouse have enlisted Julia to curate a range of 25 ‘party pieces’ for the festive season – think metallics, embellishment and a helluva lot of sequins.


A black jumpsuit paired with strappy black heels always looks chic, but Warehouse have cranked it up an extra notch with the addition of a wide-legged silhouette and embellished neckline. The crystal collar is festive enough for you to nail party dressing with aplomb, but can also seamlessly blend into your new season wardrobe.


Christmas fashion isn’t complete without at least a splash of red, and it just so happens that the fiery shade is one of 2017’s most coveted colours. Pull off a trend hat trick in crimson, statement earrings and an asymmetric hem to enter 2018 in style!


Party season is the perfect time to flaunt all over sequins. You’ll be able to dance until dawn without putting a sartorial foot wrong in this glitzy cami dress, courtesy of the spaghetti straps and pleats.


A faux fur jacket thrown over a dress never fails to evoke old school glamour, there’s a reason everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Sarah Jessica Parker made it their winter cover-up of choice. Opt for a slightly oversized fit for maximum warmth – you’ll look effortlessly stylish while staying snug!


Thanks to brands including Equipment, Rixo and Saint Laurent – stars have been a fixture on our print radar for a couple of seasons, but we couldn’t think of a better time of year to embrace the constellation trend than now. Pair with black separates to ensure your Julia approved skirt is your outfits focal point.


The only way to improve on sequins is to add a hint of colour and combine with plush velvet! The two textures together creates a luxe vibe, with the royal blue colour adding to the expensive feel – nobody will believe that you snagged this dress for less than £60!


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